Todd Porter has been writing about Stark County since 1991 and has covered everything from Ohio State football to Stark County business dealings. He frequently covers the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Malone University graduate lives in Plain Township with his wife Colleen and their three children Dylan, Sydni and Nathan.
Q: Todd, I drive past the Pro Football Hall of Fame and (Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium) almost every day on my way to work. I even call up the construction cam video on the Hall of Fame’s website nearly every day. It’s fascinating. With all the work that’s going on there, where will they play the 2016 Hall of Fame Game?
In the weeks after Thanksgiving and before New Years, there are plenty of foods to try to warm the soul—and the body—during the winter months. Leftovers from Thanksgiving are the gift that keep giving for several days after the big meal.
Tucked inside the northwest corner of Stark County is one of the area’s most interesting and historic little towns. The Canal Fulton area first was known as Milan in 1814, and 12 years later, Fulton was platted.
Todd, what is better for you: 30 minutes of exercise or 30 minutes of sleep? Well, if this ain’t a chicken-or-the-egg question, and the definition of “better” varies from person to person. It really depends on the person you ask.
More than two decades have passed since the young man walked across the mall and sought out Bob Humphries. It doesn’t matter how old the story is. Humphries, a licensed psychologist, still smiles at it.